Brim Law, LLC

Attorney Grant Brim

Grant has a unique philosophy in handling legal matters. He believes that every client deserves individual attention and the best representation possible. Based upon this philosophy, he offers his clients the time and experience necessary to guide them through their legal issues. In every case, Grant first attempts to bring about a quick, civilized, fair and inexpensive resolution. However, if that cannot be accomplished, Grant offers aggressive and professional representation.

Prior to attending law school, Grant earned a masters degree in psychology from the State University of West Georgia. He attended law school at Georgia State University and has since called the Atlanta area home. Since graduating from law school, Grant has gained extensive experience in bankruptcy, commercial and business litigation, and family law. Grant has experience in all phases of litigation, including but not limited to, alternative dispute resolution, litigation, post-judgment work, and appellate practice.


J.D., Georgia State University College of Law
M.A., State University of West Georgia
B.A., State University of West Georgia

Practice Areas

Family Law & Divorce
Legal Mediation
Business Litigation
Business Formation
Contract Preparation and Review

Bar Admissions

State Bar of Georgia
Georgia Court of Appeals
Supreme Court of Georgia
United States Federal Court, Northern District of Georgia

Professional Affiliations

Member, Atlanta Bar Association
Member, North Fulton Bar Association

Common Bankruptcy Concerns

We're here to help you by offering a Free Bankruptcy Consultation. We will explain your options and how we can help. You then decide if it makes sense to end your stress and misery.
Call us at 678-353-3350!

National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys

Pursuant to 11 USC ยง528, all bankruptcy attorneys have been designated "debt relief agents" and are required to disclose that we help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.


Bankruptcy Provides Relief!

When you file for bankruptcy, you automatically are protected under Federal laws. Filing for bankruptcy will

  • STOP Creditor Harrassment
  • STOP Collection Agencies
  • STOP Home Foreclosure
  • STOP Car Repossession
  • STOP Wage Garnishments
  • STOP Creditor Lawsuits

Bankruptcy can allow you to keep your personal property such as your home, cars, furniture and more. Call us to learn how bankruptcy can help you.